The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 16, 1872

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Port Colborne, Nov. 15th - Down - Schrs. Delos De Wolfe, Milwaukie, Oswego, wheat; Rising Star, Milwaukie, Ogdensburg, wheat; A.P. Rogers, Milwaukie, Cape Vincent, wheat and corn; barques D.M. Foster, Cleveland, Toronto; Prince of Wales, Port Huron, Kingston, staves; schrs. J.B. Penfield, Detroit, Oswego, wheat; J. McGrath, Toledo, Kingston, corn; prop. Lowell, schrs. Mont Blanc, T. Martin.

Up - W.B. Allen, Lincoln, Dall; Guiding Star, Union Jack, bark George Thurston, prop. Oswegatchie.

Up fleet still wind bound.

Cleared - The port was crowded with steamers and propellers last night, detained by stress of weather. They are all gone today.

A Complete Loss - The schooner Emily sunk in 90 feet of water near Gananoque is a complete loss. This is an unfortunate circumstance for the present owner, who only purchased the vessel last summer, and had not yet felt the benefits of her earnings. She was loaded with a cargo of some 2,000 bushels of wheat, consigned by Messrs. Carruthers & Co. to Prescott. The grain and the vessel wre both insured.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 16, 1872